Phrasal verbs

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Phrasal verbs

Prepositional  Verbs and  Phrasal verbs

 

Hi ha tres tipus de verbs:

1- Verb + preposició      I run up the hill  Vaig pujar el turó

 2- Verb + partícula adverbial      I ran into my teacher at the weekend (met)

                                                                       Vaig trobar-me(vaig ensopegar-me) amb la professora el cap de setmana

Els “phrasal verbs” tenen el mateix significat que un verb normal i els utilitzem per

parlar d’una manera més informal   find out = discover = esbrinar, descobrir

3- Verb + partícula adverbial + preposició   He ran away from the police

 

La diferència entre la  preposició i la  partícula adverbial  es que la preposició està unida a un nom  o a un pronom i la partícula adverbial forma part i sol depèn del verb

 

Algunes vegades un verb  pot ser un “Prepositional verb” o bé un “phrasal verb”

 

a) preposicional: He lives down the street 
b) adverbial: I lived down that incident. 

 

 a)  En aquest cas, down és una preposició   Ell viu carrer avall

 b)  En aquest cas, down és una partícula adverbial que va unida i depen directament del verb   Vaig aconseguir oblidar-me d’aquell esdeveniment o incident

  • Verb + preposició + CD , la preposició va sempre a davant del CD 

                                            I’m looking at the blackboard

 

  • Verb + partícula adverbial + CD  La partícula adverbial pot anar entre el Verb i el CD o darrera el CD

He looked up the word     or    he looked the word up    Va consultar la paraula

Però si el CD és un pronom sempre es posa el pronom entre el verb i la partícula adverbial .

He looked it up

 Hi ha verbs que la partícula adverbial sempre va al darrera del verb , no es pot posar de les dues maneres

He ran into an old friend   Ell es va ensopegar amb un vell amic (trobar)

Per veure una llista de phrasal verbs pots anar a la següent web:

http://www.englishclub.com/vocabulary/phrasal-verbs-list.htm

http://www.mansioningles.com/gram54.htm

Per fer exercisis, però primer heu d’ aprendre els “phrasal verbs” per tot això  cliqueu aquí

 

Worthing

Vocabulary with quizlet

FAMILY QUESTIONS
Here are some typical questions you can ask your family. Write the answer in the space provided, then cover the question and look at the answer. Can you remember the question?
1. What’s your name? ……………………………………………………………………………………………………
2. Where were you born? ………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
3. How long have you lived in this house? …………………………………………………………………………
4. Have you any brothers or sisters? …………………………………………………………………………………
5. What do you do? ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
6. Have you been abroad? …………………………………………………………………………………………………….
7. Do you like football? …………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
8. How often do you play sport? ……………………………………………………………………………………………
9. How old are you? ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
10. What are you doing tomorrow? ……………………………………………………………………………………..

3. EXPRESSIONS
Here you have some English expressions. Write them below in your own language in the space provided. Then sit in pairs and fold the paper in the middle, so one student reads the expression in his own language while the partner (without looking at his paper) has to translate it into English.
Nice to meet you
Did you have a good journey?
How do you do?
What time do I have to get up?
When can I have a shower?
What time is dinner?
Would you like some more?
Could I have some more, please?
Have a good day
Did you sleep well?
See you
I’m afraid I can’t
Would you mind?
How much is it?
Anything else?
Does this bus go to the town centre?
How long does the journey take?
Where do I have to get off?

4. FOOD
The following words below are typical foods and drinks you will see or eat in the U.K. Each one has a missing letter, which one is it? When you have finished the word, write the meaning in your own language
cris_____s ……………………………… ce_____eal ………………………………
c____d ……………………………… chee_____e ………………………………
but____er ……………………………… fried e____gs ………………………………
c____eam ……………………………… ja_____ ………………………………
bee____ ……………………………… mi_____k ………………………………
c____icken ……………………………… to_____st ………………………………
olive ____il ……………………………… ke_____chup ………………………………
_____ice ……………………………… sala_____ ………………………………
green ____eans ……………………………… let_____uce ………………………………
c_____ips ……………………………… mushroo______s ………………………………
ma____hed potato ……………………………… p______as ………………………………
piz_____a ……………………………… bis_____uits ………………………………
c_____rrot ……………………………… oran_____e ………………………………
app_____e ……………………………… sa_____sage ………………………………
5. RULES, REGULATIONS & PERMISSION
Underline the correct expression in bold you would use in the following situations.
1. I want / would like a glass of water, please.
2. Would you mind / Could you helping me?
3. Could I have / Give me some more, please?
4. You have to / don’t have to look left when you cross the road.
5. You should / must be on time for meals.
6. You can’t / don’t have to use Internet in your host family.
7. You must / can’t always say please and thank you.
8. You must / may speak in English.
9. You have to / are allowed to ask when you can have a shower.
10. If you don’t understand you should / could ask the person to repeat.
11. You can’t / may eat chewing gum on the coach or in class.
12. You have to / may put your dirty clothes in the washing basket.
6. GENERAL VOCABULARY
Look at the words below with your partner and see if you can explain the difference.
pack / unpack
hand luggage / suitcase
exchange rate / pound
platform / bus stop
pillow / blanket
dessert / main course
fork / knife
salt / pepper
change / receipt
towel / shower
can of / bottle of
crisps / chips
roundabout / bridge
lane / road
avenue / street
pick up / drop off
stomachache / toothache
hurt / pain
journey / trip
ground floor / lift
mug / cup
brown bread / white bread
coin / note
coach / bus
souvenir / present

TRUE OR FALSE
Look at the sentences about the U.K. Write a (T) if you think they are true and a (F) if you think they are false. Then compare with a partner.
T/F
1. England and the United Kingdom are the same. ………….
2. Families have dinner between 17.00 and 18.30. ………….
3. People normally have a sandwich at lunchtime. ………….
4. Shops close at 20.00 in the evening. ………….
5. People normally live in flats. ………….
6. People normally live in the centre of the town. ………….
7. English people like to learn foreign languages. ………….
8. English people don’t watch T.V. ………….
9. English houses normally have carpets. ………….
10. English students go to school on Saturdays. ………….
11. Children normally wear school uniforms. ………….
12. A town with a cathedral is called a city. ………….
13. In Wales and Scotland they don’t speak English. ………….
14. On the motorways drivers have to pay tolls. ………….
15. The United Kingdom is an island. ………….
16. In the U.K. people drink water usually from the tap and not from bottles. ………….
17. Traffic road and street signs are the same as in your country. ………….
18. Students staying in the U.K. in families have directions on how to get home and
they have to make their way home. ………….
19. All U.K. families have Internet for you to use. ………….
20. The legal age to drink alcohol is 18. ………….

9. NUMBERS & DATES
Students are divided in pairs: student A and student B. Take it in turn to say your number while the other notes it down on his piece of paper. At the end of the activity, compare your answers.
STUDENT A STUDENT B
£ 1.20
85 p
22p
£ 6.55
3/6/02
8/7/02
8.45
9.30
17.00
22.30
7,243
2,105
2.6 %
8.5 %
10. MY TRAVEL PHRASES
Here are some typical expressions you will need to know in England. Translate them into your own language and try to learn them.
1. Do you have any hand luggage? ……………………………………………………………….………………………………..
2. Board at 12.50h on gate number 11….………………………………………………….……………………………………
3. Can I see your passport please? …………………………………………………………….…………………………………
4. Sorry, could you repeat that please? ……………………………………….……………………………………………
5. You’re welcome.……………………….…………………………………………………………………………………………….………
6. Can I change 20 euros? ……………………………………………………………………………………………….……
7. How do I get to John Street, please? …..………………………………………………………………………..………
8. How much is that? ………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
9. There aren’t any towels………………………………………………………………………………………………
10. Could I have a/some ________, please? ………………………………………………………………………….…
11. I’d like some orange juice, please…….………………………………………………………………………………………
12. Can you show me on the map, please? ……………………………………………………………………………………
13. How far is it? ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….………
14. Does this bus go to 120 Baker St., please? ………………………………………………..……….………………
15. Can you tell me where to get off, please? ……………………………………………………………………………
16. Excuse me, I’m lost. Can you help me, please? …………………………………………..………………………
17. Can I try this on, please? ……………………………………………………………………………….……………………….
18. Have you got them in a larger/smaller size? ………………………………………………………………………
19. What’s the matter? My stomach hurts.………………………………………………………………………..………
20. Excuse me, the shower doesn’t work.……………………………………………………………………………….……
21. Where do we meet? ………………………………………………………………………………………………………….…
22. Where do I put my dirty washing? …………………………………………………………………………………………
23. When can I have a shower? ………………………………………………………………………………………………………
24. What time is dinner? ………………………………………………..…………………………………………….…………………
25. My _________ is broken.………………………………………..……………………………………………………….………
26. Take the first turning on the right.………………………………………………………………..………………………
27. I don’t feel well.…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
28. I don’t understand.………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
29. See you on Monday.……………………………………………………………………………..………………………………………
30. Would you like a coffee? …………………………………………

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Present Perfect simple or present perfect continuous.

Present Perfect Simple or Present Perfect continuous.

Often there is very little difference between the present perfect simple and the present perfect continuous. In many cases, both are equally acceptable.

Present perfect simple= I’ve learnt ten new Italian verbs = I’ve learnt all ten. (finished, completed) The result is important

Present perfect continuous= I’ve been learning ten new Italian verbs= I may still be learning some of them. (continuing the action).The activity, the action is important

To emphasize the action, we use the continuous form.

We’ve been working really hard for a couple of months.

She’s been having a hard time.

When an action is finished and you can see the results, use the continuous form.

The phone bill is enormous. You’ve been calling your boyfriend in Australia, haven’t you?

You’re red in the face. Have you been running?

The present perfect continuous can be used to emphasise the length of time that has passed.

The present perfect simple is generally neutral:

They’ve been waiting for hours! (This emphasises the length of time).

They’ve waited for hours. (This doesn’t emphasise the length of time).

The present perfect continuous can be used to emphasise that something is temporary:

She’s been running a lot recently. (She doesn’t usually do this).

Usually I study at home, but I’ve been studying in the library for the last week.

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To emphasize the result of the action, we use the simple form.

I’ve made fifteen phone calls this morning.

He’s written a very good report.

The present perfect simple is often used when we’re talking about how much or how many. This isn’t possible with the present perfect continuous:

  • She’s drunk three cups of coffee this morning.
  • She’s drunk at least a litre of coffee today.

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Exercise 4

specially or especially

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